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The SolitariansCathedral Blues (October 30, 2010)

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All songs written and recorded by M. Perzinski in November and December of 2003.

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Artist/Composer: The Solitarians; The Solitarians
Date: 2010-10-30

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States

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We've Exchanged For Clearer Views 3.0 MB 
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The Great Amen Pt. II 2.6 MB 
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Our Common Cause 2.3 MB 
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Cathedral Blues 2.6 MB 
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These Are the Times We Come Know God 2.6 MB 
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The Growing Season Has Grown Olde 3.7 MB 
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Yr Library Stares 3.7 MB 
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Economy or Verse 3.1 MB 
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Reviewer: BenjaminS.T. - - February 22, 2013
Subject: Cathedral Blues by The Solitarians
For those of you who enjoy listening to The Postal Service, you may want to check The Solitarians out, because on this album named Cathedral Blues they give me the impression of being this kind of stripped down, very unfinished sounding Gibbard-like project that has some religious themes. (I'll come back with a full review later.)

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